About Sarah

Sarah Kate Levy is a writer living in Los Angeles.

Most recently, she is co-writer of the film NO WAY JOSE, with Adam Goldberg.

Her fiction has been published by The Paumanok Review, Carve Magazine, and Armchair/Shotgun, and has twice received Notable Mention by the storySouth Million Writer’s Award.

Her essay “Super Couple” appears in the anthology Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys from Dutton Press, and she has performed other autobiographical work on-stage in the Afterbirth reading series.

Sarah is also the voice behind the ChecklistMommy.com, a blog about parenting, marriage, and her attempts at home organization, which draws from her own experiences as a mother of four young children, including twins.

In her previous lives, Sarah was a production assistant for an Off-Off-Broadway theater & film company, a development assistant for reality programming at USA Networks, and the Southern California scout for Lowenstein-Yost and Lowenstein-Morel Literary Agencies. Along the way, she attended the MFA Creative Writing Program at Columbia, but ultimately completed her degree while teaching Freshman Composition at USC.

In addition to her Master’s degree, Sarah holds a B.A. in English Literature from Yale.